SPL celebrates eclipse


People set up near the Swanton Public Library to watch the solar eclipse. The library passed out eclipse glasses for safe viewing.

People set up near the Swanton Public Library to watch the solar eclipse. The library passed out eclipse glasses for safe viewing.


Paul Lunn with his homemade pinhole projector.


A large crowd came out to the Swanton Public Library Aug. 21 to get a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse and participate in eclipse programs. Above, Gabbie Alexander, Zachary Sledge and Hailey Frost watch the solar eclipse at library. The area will see a total eclipse in 2024.


Photos by Patty Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

People set up near the Swanton Public Library to watch the solar eclipse. The library passed out eclipse glasses for safe viewing.

Paul Lunn with his homemade pinhole projector.

A large crowd came out to the Swanton Public Library Aug. 21 to get a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse and participate in eclipse programs. Above, Gabbie Alexander, Zachary Sledge and Hailey Frost watch the solar eclipse at library. The area will see a total eclipse in 2024.

People set up near the Swanton Public Library to watch the solar eclipse. The library passed out eclipse glasses for safe viewing.
http://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2017/09/web1_SPL-eclipse-group-2.jpgPeople set up near the Swanton Public Library to watch the solar eclipse. The library passed out eclipse glasses for safe viewing.

Paul Lunn with his homemade pinhole projector.
http://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2017/09/web1_SPL-eclipse-LUnn-pinhole.jpgPaul Lunn with his homemade pinhole projector.

A large crowd came out to the Swanton Public Library Aug. 21 to get a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse and participate in eclipse programs. Above, Gabbie Alexander, Zachary Sledge and Hailey Frost watch the solar eclipse at library. The area will see a total eclipse in 2024.
http://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2017/09/web1_SPL-eclipse-kids.jpgA large crowd came out to the Swanton Public Library Aug. 21 to get a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse and participate in eclipse programs. Above, Gabbie Alexander, Zachary Sledge and Hailey Frost watch the solar eclipse at library. The area will see a total eclipse in 2024. Photos by Patty Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

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